People whose drug addiction is not yet serious and are willing to get clean can greatly benefit from outpatient drug treatment. While they focus on recovery, they can still live a normal life with family and go to work.
For serious addiction to heavy substances like heroin or oxycodone, it is recommended that one takes the inpatient treatment option so that the detoxification and withdrawal effects are monitored.
A non-residential medical program is best suited for those people with a mild addiction problem that has not yet taken root.
Outpatient rehab is a better option for those who have the desire to quit substance abuse, but at the same time need a flexible routine that will work around their timings.
Drug and alcohol treatment sessions that can be scheduled during various times throughout the week is offered by an outpatient rehab program.
This schedule requires patients to check into treatment at their allotted times for counselling and medication and also allow them to continue with their regular responsibilities and continue living at home.
Outpatient programs offer an array of services, come in a variety of formats and differing levels of intensity - but counselling, education and providing a network of support are generally the main focus.
Patients with a deep desire to make it in recovery and who have a dedicated, controlled approach may gain a lot from an outpatient program.
The choice of drug or the intensity of the person's dependency and how far along they are in recovery are the basis of different types of non-residential treatment plans.
Outpatient rehabs can be divided into three sections:
This rehabilitation program works well for people whose addictions are still mild or moderate. This is because when non-residential treatment is compared to residential treatment, it is less intense.
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Some major reasons to choose outpatient rehab include:
The choice of the mode of treatment program for a patient is usually hard to make. The first and most important step however, is usually to seek help regardless of whether the patient will be going with outpatient or inpatient rehab.